Heritage Christian Middle School
7th & 8th Grade
Heritage Christian School is located in Indianapolis, IN.
The middle school academic program provides a solid foundation in core subjects while also allowing students to pursue other areas of interest through our elective and advanced course offerings.
Our faculty and staff are committed to the discipleship of our middle school students by integrating a biblical worldview into every subject they teach.
The middle school also offers each student a study hall/resource period in their schedule that is to be utilized for working on homework.
View our Middle School Profile for more information about our academic programs.
At Heritage, the arts are a core part of the curriculum. Middle school students have several fine arts class options to choose from in music, theater, and visual arts.
In middle school, we teach, mentor, and train our students to lead, serve, and further understand their role in God’s kingdom.
At Heritage, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) is an integral part of the academic excellence for which the school is well known. Middle school students have opportunities to participate in a STEM class and other initiatives.
Heritage robotics boasts of several middle school teams. In addition to learning valuable engineering and programming skills, these robotics students focus on innovation, collaboration, project management, and critical thinking skills.
Educational Support Services
Educational Support Services acknowledges learning differences and provides a variety of programs, intervention strategies, and teaching methods to meet the learning needs and challenges of exceptional children.
Middle School students have the opportunity to participate in an 8-week after school Mock Trial club to serve as an introduction to the Mock Trial program.
Middle School Student Council provides an opportunity for students to learn teamwork, servant leadership, and life skills while taking an active role in serving HCS and the community.
Washington DC Trip
The end of a student’s 8th grade year provides an opportunity for students to participate in a class trip to our nation’s capital of Washington, D.C.